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the amherst news-times volume xvii, number 38 friday, august 30, 1935 sandstone center of wori our washington news letter washington. 29 with shouting and tumult a hoc tic eight-months session ot con' gross gradually fading, attention is centered on doings ad' minlstrative branch govern' ment departmental officials have been busy pleading for more au thority money. they now full opportunity to devote their energies undertakings sano tioncd by legislative wing. new agencies sprung up housing space at premium. federal executives are confronted tremendous task in evolving procedures rules which will harmonize statutes. law-makers were free-handed be stowing control over industry, banking social life people. fairness legislators it must stated that tunc tlons central government wero not granted without chal lenge. the. dealers openly solicited increased burdens public administration as part economic program. four-months absence congress provide suffi' cient time test experl ments before solons return thdir offciai duties. because ol loud 'bitter complaints among congressional minorities coercive influences large ly responlsble extraordln ary grants power, like' heedless observant critics. there an election offing. lock adverse court decisions le veled against measures sanctioned previous sessions also tributes caution. vet eran political wheel-horses suppressed young lawyers economists who played havoc deal its earlier years, generally conceded took chance reversals when orders issued pass bills doubtful btitutlonallty. particularly skeptical gut- fey measure tho bitum inous coal industry. was face tiously called "goofey bill" taken fore-runner regula tion other industries. some, bill considered substitute lor defunct nra act. reports current rooso velt camp has abandoned idea press something kind next ses- sion. this opinion probably predicted whispers several committees ibo back two months he-fore formal meeting. ie bruited about town remnants machinery making intensive studies selected industries ord ered finish preliminary work november. knowing what use made formation, going beyond bounds courtesy cooperating investigators. elderly folks expect qualify benficlarles under security law due heart aches. certain hard fast regarding co-operation states hate laid down statute comply standards so set. considering fact 42 state legislatures meet only two-year intervals, obvious some elapse majority can find way clear grants. 35 form old age assistance but revision ibe necessary conform enumerated requirements faces long-drawn contests. diplomatic activities having do delicate questions foreign policy undoubtedly handled expeditiously away. unfamiliar motives interference statecraft, diplomats felt european chancellories people might easily misconstrue blustering capitol. sensitive peoples brink war even few speeches lll-lnformed demagogues in-tolve country interna-) tional mess. , women's club favors quarterly meeting lorain county federated demo, crat held club, .the went record favoring following resolution: motion democrat federation go products 14th district construction pro jeots wherever ipossible, thereby encouraging industry dls. trict iprovldlng employment residents. resolved promoted build 'lngs quarries being located here one kipton, nicholl stone co. south am. herst, cleveland quarries. much preferred limestone produced ontside ohio. resolution introduced mary o'neill wilson amherst. copy sent ohio congressman senators. after pass, ed additional presented mrs. william graves sharp add i!rst emphasis placed building bridges, place unsightly cement iron frequently used. had guests meeting, margaret all. man, director welfare, luetta mcgrudder, di-reetor charities martin l. davey. discussions prom, ised all power district. local pioneer buried hustle bustle everyday stopped wednesday afternoon pay homage settler, h. g. reddlngton. funeral services her late home elyrla funral procession moved where burial family mausoleum crownhill cemetery. cemetery, pro. cession passed homestead, conrad zilch resides. resurfacing park avo scheduled begin allow pass. reddlngton bom 1856. parents, dr. abner c. moore, both owned distinction s early settlers. moore first doctors westecn reserve territory while his wife bnpposed white baby girl cross rocky river. married 1884. she served lady many years. husband, former common pleas judge eight terms mayor mr. left 1911 elyrla, living amherst, member 'of iho congregational church. playground wind season athletic field end week beginning school. playground, big success. . always crowd boys girls taking ad vantage recreation offered tennis courts, horseshoe croquet course (baseball diamond. fera project george cox, jr. supervisor. sponsoring tournament ore present just there. planned hold play-. ground again year. if land. wouia dreag loose ana loin the) band, serve instead money, we could live milk honey. m, mpw i in. charge junior fair columbus (special) days ahead these members board planning seventh annual exhibit connection columbus, 26-31. assisting earl hanefeld, agriculture; w. ellenwood, manager, b. p. sandles, manager. record-breaking 21,146 exhibitors displayed results efforts 1934 fair. year than ?11,000 premiums offered. practically every organized statewide juvenile group represented rev. rick el transferred perrysburg a. ii. rickel, pastor evangelical church past 4 lias perrysburg. transfer announced sunday after, noon conference toledo. hi3 seven conference. merle hayes successor. stationed flat rock. rickel pulpit toledo six years he cleveldand nine ago. ho well aquainted 3,100 population. approximately 80 miles from 8 maumee river route 20. spent five coming am herst. rock 3 cars involved traffic crash curious accident, involving three drivers, occurred evening entrance brandt's park. roy hoffner driving north main st. pulled behind car driven raymond miller al. werner parked park, heading toward road. motioned pull him into driveway. drew abreast him, suddenly started hit sldo forced werner's car. hoffner's windshield buckled flying glass cut miss marie wilhelm, wbb riding hoffner, head. wilhelm sustained torn ligaments shoulder. hoffner's' damaged con. biderably. you noticed peo- fc "re anxious say included boys' girls' 4-h clubs, vocational agriculture students, future farmers america, economics homemakers, general school shops, granges, city gardens, boy scouts fire girls, model airplanes farmers' institute posters. are: james smith, dayton; mimi younger, columbus; melvin rings, amlin; hartman, troy; gretchen 3ieckstroth, erma schleppi, westerville; cecil stover, springfield; delport mcclanahan, west union; stanley tschantz, dalton; martha jane al-tizer, paul baxter, convoy; lawrence hayes, granville, lois rhoad, bloomville. " submit issue addition gain class rooms submitted voters november, decld. regular meotlng monday night. call side rear. industrial groups manuel training department converted rooms. cost 'not known yet archl. tect finished drawing plans lis expected exceed voted upon primaries. given approval education. roavis inspected month gave support any increase ave resurfaced week. btarted yesterday aro ex. pected finish, thib afternoon. feel best winter sets breaking goes through another winter, mother nature leave unrepairable spring. ago section hall telephone exchange similar treatment whole street resurfaced. dance saturday 103rd o. v. i. announce bo stop 71 lake friends invited attend hire teachers vacancies faculty wore filled education offices superintendent evening. iona good hired take olive scott, art instructor, accepted position mansfield schools. graduated bluff-ton special university schneider, alice neid. lng resigned. schneider 'graduate bowling green taught birmingham. teach grade. complete teaching staff term open follows: grade 1, thelma bond schneider; 2, pandy effle smith; 3,' florence bodmann viola keeman; 5, elirman edna beller; music, dorothy jones; art, good; physical english, robert hubbard; train, ing, norwood hearn; domestic science, evelyn ludwig; senior high math, russell stauffer; geography history, arlene kelch; ethel eppley; latin lucille leach; dorothea zilch; beatrice john- stone; french kathryn murray; mar- ' garet rice; commerce, hope mc. claflln; sclenco, arthur engle; principal marion steele; supt. f., 11. powers secretary ruth ehrman. eagles picnic attended second tholr families ovenlng takon series sports contests ball game hold. winners re- ( cieved prizes donated busl. ncss men. race charles wolf, harold linn, second; six, roberta dietrich vera linn; ten, bud slumska donald delle-fleld; anna mud-rlck ora mae schaeffer; 10 16, lang; 1g, christina davis. mens raesler nick radose. vlch ; ladies race, mcdermott betty fackler; men's ray caul irene brucker legged elmer smith stiwald; youngest couple, harry dietrich, allan thompson, second. largest eagle fred wacher members. frank franklin prize. bottle contest, died, rich adelbert oldest eagle, peter wohlover, 67; balloon mildred radosevich; ladles paper rolling brucker. brandt. throwing adam reis joe delzelth winners. edward moe. bius ida truscello won bean contest ladles. henry schrinor prize grounds. 100 pound lamb away alfred braun. refreshments free eagles. bingo table created lot interest. dancing enjoyed committee -was vincent nalley, chairman; trustees refreshments. reported world's wool crop times ceniury sine, flye gyi scene show fri. friday saturday, gym, gym. change scaffolding erected pwa workers paint ceding show. although governing morning. judging hecock floral great experience type work. possibility assisted judge. enter flowers. ning prizes, those finals sat. tourney sponsored harris la providing plenty thrills spectators. no startling upsetfa round favorites surprisingly extended. jimmy bauer trailing 3.5 final set came win straight games edge out wesbecher. radosevlch playing slow consistent gamo fritz error repeatedly finally 4.0, 6-4, 10-8. stark rallied ater drop, ping maxwell last round. most thrilling match cromwell. battlo. cromwell 6.2 8-6. point third blew lead nord se. cond doubles score 5-2 wiln 10-8 then annexed t&. ernst aa' oponing matches. singles, rajjjj; forfeit stiwald. strohmeier beat gorm-ley 6-0, 7.g michael defeated monger 6.1. pairings finds glllotte fritz. winner smith.frlitz undoub-oilly meot finals. bye round, ernst.gammons draw bye. donbles, ralph strohmeier-michael setto. matches finalists singles already decided. how. ever quarter semi run oft today tomorrow. grid squad meets tuesday football 2 o'clock. practice ses sion morn-ing. morning until starts. twenty men coach hubbard spring foot approx imately same tuesday. havo booked, four abroad home. negotla tions book game. bring re serves sometime october. nave uniforms arrive thlfl flower show, helc changed gym tr changes entries 1 0 :3( commence noon. urges everyone tol very them win-l winning beautyl public! admission charge. the! doors m.1 remain throughout satnrdayj opon m. wishes stress flowers children's classes grown children j mnst come garden arranged themselves. list donors julian miller, tufa dealer castal-ia, rock; stir, ling "vermilion, choice iris oriental popples, j. pentecost, gladmoor tipton, indiana, gladiolus bnlbs; carson it. stewart, burg hill, glad bulbs; fraser son ltd. pasadena, california, seeds; r. kel-log company, rivers, michigan, roots; templin bradley cleveland, bronze medal; colonial rushford, minn., bulbs, champlaln view gar. dens, burlington vt., ibulbsfy wayside mentor, plants..! columbia phlox, patented phlox; burgess seed company galesburg mich., order; bob. bink atkins, rutherford, n y. hybrid tea roses; rototox east wlllston, york, spray; dreer, phlladllphia, seeds, plants or atlec burpee, philadelphia, certificate award seeds e. kunderd, goshen, peacock dahlia farms, dahllaland, jersey, tubers; pyle grove, pa., star rose buott tolhurst, perennial plants; clifford pierce outdoor association, cash wild hower exlii. bits, nicholls ridge tool lutzite spray material rice, bulbs. features antique display iby sorosls club. con sist dishes ware. one, anything wish, asked thursday pietch stella krug. man display. takes night te'chi'g fisher, organizing completed cincinnati. conducted similiar positions. citizenship ithe startd dropped advent warm weather pick np startb. david k. twice homo. summer studying during mcclaflln, kentucky; norwood, hearn, studied western normal kalamazoo hftifr urfrermlty
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-08-30|
|Date of Original||1935-08-30|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-08-30 17 38|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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